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New Ferry service with union workers

New Ferry service with union workers

Members of the Inlandbaotmen’s Union (IBU) helped ensure a smooth transition on March 6 when commuter ferry service from Tiburon to San Francisco was transferred from the Blue & Gold Fleet to Golden Gate Transit District. The seamless transfer provided peace of mind for over 200,000 commuters who depend on the Tiburon ferry to get [&hellip

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Local 63’s Netra Brown: woman of distinction

Local 63’s Netra Brown: woman of distinction

March is Women’s History Month when women everywhere are recognized in a variety of ways for the many contributions they make to society. In the California State Legislature, women across the state are honored by members of the state Senate and Assembly. More than 100 women who live, work, or volunteer in California Assembly District [&hellip

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ILWU members train to resist immigration raids

ILWU members train to resist immigration raids

ILWU members joined with other workers, community organizations and church groups on Saturday, February 25th at a union hall in Hayward,

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Bob White: militant, progressive Canadian

Bob White: militant, progressive Canadian

Known for his independent views, militant tactics and progressive outlook that favored social justice for all workers, Bob White died on February 20 at the age of

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Three ILWU-endorsed candidates win SoCal Democratic Party delegate seats  

Three ILWU-endorsed candidates win SoCal Democratic Party delegate seats  

Three ILWU-endorsed candidates in Southern California have won Delegate seats in the California Democratic Party

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Trump backs attack on union members

Trump backs attack on union members

The new Trump administration announced some disturbing news in February that signaled a growing threat to union members. Support for anti-union law On February 1, “right-to-work” legislation (H.R. 785) was proposed in Congress by anti-union Representatives Joe Wilson of South Carolina and Steve King of Iowa. The term “right-to-work” was coined decades ago by anti-union [&hellip

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Longshore division holds grievance and arbitration training

Longshore division holds grievance and arbitration training

The Coast Longshore Division held a Grievance and Arbitration Procedures (GAP) workshop from February 5-10 in San Francisco

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Strategy questions at union health care meeting

Strategy questions at union health care meeting

The ILWU has been advocating for a national, single-payer health plan since 1938, and remains active in that effort through a network of unions and community groups

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Foss tug crews continue fight for fair contract

Foss tug crews continue fight for fair contract

Crews at Foss Tug in Long Beach escalated their fight to renew a fair contract during January

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Honoring King Day with action

Honoring King Day with action

ILWU members in Los Angeles, Seattle and the Bay Area honored Martin Luther King Day by marching, protesting and meeting to promote social justice

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